- AfriForum will be laying criminal charges against SA's Health Departments
- According to the activist group, the departments are guilty of wasteful expenditure
- They estimate that the Health Departments wasted about R10 billion during 2016 and 2017
The activist group, AfriForum, is planning to open criminal cases against all of South Africa's Health Departments.
The cases will be based on the allegations that the Health Departments wasted more than R10 billion between 2016 and 2017.
AfriForum believes that the Health Departments must be held accountable for the huge amount of money that was wasted, according to a report by EWN.
They say it was irregular and wasteful expenditure - something that is all too common in South Africa's government.
The group plans to visit police stations in all the provinces to officially lay complaints.
Wico Swanepoel of AfriForum said they will be laying criminal charges against the head of every health department.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has not commented on AfriForum's plans yet.
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